Russian air crashes: Coincidence or terror? - The Economist

Russian air crashes: Coincidence or terror?

Russian air crashes: Coincidence or terror? - The Economist
Russian air crashes: Coincidence or terror?
Published Aug 28, 2004
419 words — Published Aug 28, 2004
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Two near-simultaneous plane crashes look worryingly like renewed terrorism TWO passenger jets, after taking off from the same airport, reach the safety of cruising altitude, then disappear from radar only three minutes apart and crash....

  
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